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Beckham Bayern legends
26 May 2019
Twenty years after United sealed the Treble against Bayern Munich, the two teams were back for a rematch at Old Trafford in aid of the Manchester United Foundation. The hosts won 5-0 – so here’s what we learned from the spectacle
Arsene Wenger
24 May 2019
A brain-tickling toughie for your Friday afternoons, here...
Manchester City treble
24 May 2019
The aftermath of their FA Cup victory was dominated by tough questions of the club’s ownership – but this is a grainy issue that City fans are not alone in shouldering 
England Women
24 May 2019
From Fran Kirby to Lucy Bronze, these are the golden girls tasked with bringing football home this summer
Norwich promoted
24 May 2019
It’s play-off finals weekend! But here, we’re looking for the lucky sides who’ve made it out of the second tier since the millennium bug didn’t destroy the world
Ashley Cole Derby
24 May 2019
Animosity towards the full-back has often overshadowed the fact he was one of the best players of his generation. He deserves a decent send-off – but Monday's play-off final with Derby might not be the end
Arsene Wenger
24 May 2019
The Arsenal legend has kept a relatively low profile since leaving the Emirates, but FourFourTwo met him as he unveiled his latest venture
Sarri Europa League
24 May 2019
​Even success in the Europa League may not save Maurizio Sarri. But why are the Stamford Bridge faithful so opposed to his “progressive” playing style?
Kylian Mbappe goals
23 May 2019
Two players in particular have dominated in recent years – but they're far from alone in hitting the magical mark since the turn of the century
Leicester 2002-03
23 May 2019
What went up when it should have stayed down, brought to you by Mark Langshaw
Charlton Sunderland 1998
23 May 2019
So here we are again, 21 years on – only this time in the third tier. Merv Payne recalls the bonkers Wembley showdown that lives long in the memory
Henrikh Mkhitaryan Europa League
23 May 2019
It could be a win, making for Champions League qualification and profit. Or, as Tristan Cross suggests, it could be a stand against the raging injustices of hosting a major final in a city that players can't even visit safely